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Archives for October 2015

Tips for Choosing the Right Type of Funding for Your Business

By Rohit Arora, CEO and Co-Founder, Biz2Credit As a small business owner, you may find yourself in the market for business loans for a variety of reasons. Perhaps you’re just starting your business and need an injection of cash to purchase equipment. Or, maybe you’ve had a slow quarter and need cash to pay employees. Best […]

What You Need to Know About Incorporating Your Business

By Deborah Sweeney You can benefit in many ways when you incorporate your business. Your taxes will be lower, you’ll protect your personal assets, and you will give your business a sense of legitimacy that your customers and partners will appreciate. Assigning an entity to your business is a big decision that shouldn’t be taken […]

Five Important Factors to Consider When Choosing a Payment Processor

By Kristen Gramigna, Chief Marketing Officer, BluePay Processing, LLC How many days does it take for your business to collect money after a sale has been made? If you mail your invoices, it could be 30, 60, 90+ days before customers send checks. Then you have to bring the checks to the bank and wait […]

How Your Business Structure Can Impact Your Business Taxes

By Mark Jaeger There’s nothing simple about starting and owning a business. Choices are everywhere — in business plans, company names, pricing, employees, benefits and office space. But first, in order to register your company with state and federal agencies, you’ll need to choose a business structure, and this choice can have ramifications that are […]

Racing the Clock: How to Beat the Tax Extension Filing Deadline

(Updated for tax year 2016.) We’ve all had good reasons for putting off doing our tax returns at one time or another. We were waiting for additional tax information. We weren’t sure how to handle a tax situation. The task seemed too daunting, or we never found the time to quite finish up. Whatever the […]

Insurance and Your Taxes — What Business Owners Need to Know

We can insure just about anything we choose: our cars, houses, businesses, ability to work – even our lives. While carrying insurance may be expensive, we’re paying for peace of mind. It seems like the only thing more expensive than insurance is not having it when something bad happens. Fortunately, insurance premiums are often deductible […]

4 Financial Tips College Seniors Should Know

Senior year! It’s what you’ve been working towards since that first day of kindergarten – or at least what your parents have been thinking about. Senior year of undergrad is also the last time you really get to delay maturity and live in the protective bubble of college (grad school just isn’t the same). Even […]